Hanna is a proactive and passionate landscape architect with an interest in the relationship between landscape and people in an urban setting.
She firmly believes community involvement is fundamental to delivering successful landscapes and has extensive experience of community consultation. Hanna has expertise in graphical representation and uses this to present and communicate landscape design to the wider community, ensuring that design intentions can be fully understood by everybody.
Joining FHA in 2013, Hanna has overseen the final stages construction of Marylebone Green Playground for The Regents Park and has completed a masterplan vision for Coram’s Fields in central London. Most recently, Hanna has worked on a planning package for a residential development in Waltham Forest; a site rich in industrial heritage.
Hanna is interested in horticulture and urban food growing, running and cycling.
2009-2010 | Post Graduate Diploma, Landscape Architecture, Kingston University
2006-2009 | BA (Hons), Landscape Architecture, Kingston University (First Class)
Equipment Works (Blackhorse Road), London
Residential Masterplan, RIBA Stages 2-6
Coram’s Fields, London
Park and Playground Masterplan, RIBA Stages 2-6
Albany Park, London
Park Masterplan, RIBA Stages 1-2
Marylebone Green Playground, London
Playground, RIBA Stages 2-6